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 Friday, Sep 4 
Rapid Response: Medics stealing narcotics happens with distressing regularity (EMS1)
Narcotic theft, often by the people entrusted to secure and administer those drugs, is damaging to providers, agencies and communities.

 Friday, Sep 4 
UK to resume pediatric heart care services after long lapse (Lexington Herald Leader)
UK HealthCare and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center have signed a letter of intent for a partnership to return pediatric heart surgery to UK under the guidance of one of the nation's top children's hospitals.

 Thursday, Sep 3 
University of Kentucky takes further action against spurned trauma surgeon Paul Kearney (Lexington Herald Leader)
The University of Kentucky's general counsel sent a memo to UK surgeon Paul Kearney's attorney Friday stating that Kearney may not talk to medical students or residents, attend any public lectures or go to any clinical areas of the university.

 Thursday, Sep 3 
Traumatic brain injury: 10 things you need to know to save lives (EMS1)
Proper assessment, treatment, and transport of patients with traumatic brain injury saves lives, here’s how.

 Thursday, Sep 3 
Medics’ time on scene associated with better pediatric cardiac arrest survival (EMS1)
A new study found that 10 to 35 minutes of paramedic care delivers the best survival rates for pediatric patients.

 Wednesday, Sep 2 
Medicare pay won't be tailored to providers (HealthLeaders Media)
Federal law gives HHS "flexibility and discretion" in calculating the reimbursement rate for providers in different geographic areas based on local wages, a federal appeals court judge has ruled.

 Wednesday, Sep 2 
Smart stethoscope gets FDA stamp of approval (CNN)
Good news: More doctors could soon be using "smart" stethoscopes on patients.

 Wednesday, Sep 2 
Remembering a fellow firefighter (Lexington Herald Leader)
Dozens of motorcyclists led a funeral procession on Tuesday to Lexington Cemetery for retired Lexington Fire Department Capt. Max Hellmueller, 68, who died last week in a motorcycle crash in Barren County.

 Tuesday, Sep 1 
Kentucky firefighter who died after accident to be honored (WDRB)
On Sept. 11, Tony Grider's name will be added to the Johnny Edrington Memorial in Campbellsville, Kentucky.

 Tuesday, Sep 1 
Ky. Paramedic, agency named in lawsuit after mistakenly pronouncing woman dead (EMS World)
Almost a year-and-a-half after Daniel Tygart’s wife was pronounced dead by a Lincoln County paramedic and half an hour later determined to be alive by a deputy coroner, a wrongful death lawsuit has been filed.

 Tuesday, Sep 1 
Part-Time Paramedic: Hardin County EMS, Elizabethtown (Hardin) KY

 Tuesday, Sep 1 
Part Time Paramedic: Paris Fire Department, Paris (Bourbon) KY

 Monday, Aug 31 
"Emergency!" star completes cancer treatment (EMS1)
Randolph Mantooth uses Facebook to say that he has successfully finished cancer treatment.

 Monday, Aug 31 
Study: Heart-attack patients more likely to die after ambulances diverted (EMS World)
Study looked at ambulance diversions affecting nearly 30,000 Medicare patients in 26 California counties from 2001 to 2011.

 Monday, Aug 31 
5 reasons you should NOT become an EMT (EMS1)
Find out if you are you on the road to a successful EMS career or on a short trip to burn-out.

 Sunday, Aug 30 
New University of Cincinnati Medical Students Ready To Respond (EMS World)
Every first-year student in the College of Medicine is required to complete a two-week first responder course.

 Friday, Aug 28 
Department of Homeland Security documents detail ambulance safety (EMS World)
Documents feature significant best practices for the EMS community to examine and implement.

 Friday, Aug 28 
New automated CPR device saving lives in Hardin County (WDRB)
The Lucas 2 Device has been in service since Wednesday and has already saved two lives.

 Friday, Aug 28 
2015 Kentucky Trauma and Emergency Medicine Symposium (UofL School of Medicine)
The 2015 Kentucky Trauma and Emergency Medicine Symposium will be held in Louisville November 4 - 6.

 Friday, Aug 28 
AAA Tribute to EMS Response in Hurricanes Katrina and Rita (EMS World)
Together, the two storms caused $150+ billion dollars in damage and resulted in the deaths of more than 1800 people.

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